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The rowset column could not be found.

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I am trying to run report which ran just fine last week and this week i am getting the following error: Error in File D:\Program Files\Business Objects\BusinessObjects Enterprise 11\Data\procSched\picasso.reportjobserver\~tmp1d5c48275dcdad0.rpt: The rowset column could not be found
Last week our security guys implemented some SSO changes on the network and we have to reboot our servers.Since then we are having these issues.

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Check the permissions to make sure that you are allowed/granted access to the Database(s)

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Make sure any of the field name is not changed in the database.

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I checked with the networking team and there are no changes in the database and question of access to the database doesn't arise because i am logging in as admin.

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On ALL reports or just this one???

Still sounds like there is a problem with "security" access.

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Can you try to create a new report pulling data from this exact database/table? If you can pull a new report from the TABLE.,..then the security access is OK..

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I ran the SP in the Query Analyzer and it's terminated with the following error. "Divide by zero error encountered.The statement has been terminated"
Here is my code in the SP:

Select A.Group_Num, A.Year_mo,
      Admin_percentp1 = Case when B.Admin_p1 = 0 then 0 else cast((round(sum(A.Admin_P1/B.Admin_P1),5)) as decimal(6,5)) end,
      Admin_percentP2 = Case when B.Admin_p2 = 0 then 0 else cast((round(Sum(A.Admin_p2/B.Admin_p2),5)) as decimal (6,5)) end,
      Prem_TaxPercentP1 = Case when B.Prem_Taxp1 = 0 then 0 else cast((round(Sum(A.Prem_Taxp1/B.Prem_Taxp1),5)) as decimal (6,5)) end,
      Prem_TaxPercentP2 = Case when B.Prem_Taxp2 = 0 then 0 else cast((round(Sum(A.Prem_Taxp2/B.Prem_Taxp2),5)) as decimal (6,5)) end
Into #Admin_Tax5  --  Drop table #Admin_Tax5
From #Admin_Tax4 A
Left Join #Admin_Tax3 B on A.Year_Mo = B.Year_mo
Group by A.Group_Num, A.year_mo, A.Admin_p1, --A.Admin_p2, A.Prem_Taxp1, A.Prem_TaxP2,
B.Admin_p1, B.Admin_P2, B.Prem_Taxp1, B.Prem_TaxP2



Please advice what changes need to be done to the code.

-Issolinc


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the problem is you are mixing up levels of aggragation:

You have to put the CASE statement inside the SUM like (in the four lines):

     Admin_percentp1 =cast((round(sum( Case when B.Admin_p1 = 0 then 0 else  A.Admin_P1/B.Admin_P1 end),5)) as decimal(6,5)) ,

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Depending on what you want to achieve another solution could be:

     Admin_percentP2 = Case when sum(B.Admin_p2) = 0 then 0 else cast((round(Sum(A.Admin_p2)/sum(B.Admin_p2)),5)) as decimal (6,5)) end,


Not necessarily you are going to end up with same result.

The diference is at what level you evaluate B.Admin_P2. With the previous solution you are "ignoring" the rows with this field in zero. With this solution you are ignoring all the rows for a A.Group_Num and A.Year_mo where the total is 0(If you have to rows one is -5 and the other 5 the total will 0, so the query willl "ignore" this group)
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Can you please explain in detail

Thanks
Issolinc
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Thanks for your help,Problem fixed
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Glad
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Uh...Glad to be able to help out... (there that's better.... )

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